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1908–1910 Chestnut Hill home—400 Beacon Street, Newton, Massachusetts. Here Mrs. Eddy completed work on the Manual of The Mother Church and brought to fruition the publishing of the daily newspaper The Christian Science Monitor. An exhibit traces Mrs. Eddy's role as Founder and Leader of the Christian Science movement— preaching, teaching, writing, and commenting on issues still current.
1875–1882 Lynn home—12 Broad Street, Lynn, Massachusetts. Here Mrs. Eddy completed her manuscript for Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. This is also where she initiated many foundational steps in establishing the Christian Science movement, including the formation of the Christian Science Association, the Church of Christ, Scientist, and the Massachusetts Metaphysical College. Here also Mrs. Eddy was ordained as Pastor of her Church.
In labor negotiations—appealing to the law of divine Love
with contributions from Alan Bashor
Uncovering the brilliance of true identity
John Paul Ondrak
Why the lottery isn't for me!
How can we worship God?
DeAnn Patrice Wolf
Margaret M. Pinkham
FROM THE Directors
The Christian Science Board of Directors
Looking at the world and finding common ground
Juan Carlos Lavigne
Spirit-filled lives and churches
The armor of good thoughts
Rita Fay Farnham
Fifteen years ago I decided to apply for membership in...
One of the things I love about Christian Science is the fact...
Fay Kallos Fahs
Since my previous testimony was published in an issue of The Christian Science Journal...
Ferris Andrew Bell
I can remember as a young girl questioning why nobody...
Paulette J. Watkins